Harold Ickes Post-Super Tuesday Strategy, February 4, 2008

Harold Ickes Post-Super Tuesday Strategy, February 4, 2008: In this strategy memo on the eve of Super Tuesday, Harold Ickes surveyed the grim landscape ahead. Having cut the polling budget for many February 5 states, the campaign was essentially flying blind. "We are in for a real fight," Ickes wrote, "but ... given some breaks, it is a fight that she can win."

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